could we have support for the KZ compression format
this program is no good but there compression format is really good
what would be nice is if powerarchiver could have a section that could tell you biased on the files you’ve chosen what archive format is smallest.
I know this would take some time, as the only reliable way would be to test each archive format out, by doing a temp version of each archive format then deleting it. However this would give people a clear concise answer instead of having to do this themselves let powerarchiver do this and tell us.
just wanted to let you know about this that’s all
no need to be rude
I used update inside powearchiver and it told me no updates i’m using latest version however filehippo sated there was a newer version on powerarchivers servers for download so I downloaded it installed it and then tried updating it with patchbeam and it showed I had latest version. Then I used filehippo again and it showed that a new version was on powearchivers servers.
Yes they had same numbers but no other software was listed or had this problem. I was reporting this as a fault so powerarchiver to see why filehippo was reporting this when people versions were same as on their system already.
one suggestion that could help is send them the file via dvd post wise.
second suggestion would be to look at the type of iso that has been created. Try a different setting to produce another iso that powerarchiver can read then we can highlight a seting or iso format that powerarvchiver needs updating/ adding.
What iso format is being created? that’s the question.
What would be nice is and better for security would be if we create an archive within powerarchiver that it signs powerarchiver with version of powearchiver it is created with and who created it.
Great way to catch bugs in version.
I had this problem with another archiver and found out its update caused me not to get into my zip files. I just don’t want to be left out in the cold as they say again.
I know powerachiver would not have this problem but it would be a much safe for all of us to ensure that if we can’t access a compressed file that we know its not a powearchive update software fault.
saw this and thought this might help youi make an android version of Pa
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